Most students who attend The Culinary Institute of America and other professional culinary programs want to be chefs. But over the past five years or so, a growing number of students have a new career goal in mind: They want to cook on television.“For years I have preached to students that a CIA degree will help them become a rock-solid cook, but you’re not a chef right away until you earn your chops in the kitchen,” said Adam Busby, director of education for the CIA at Greystone in St. ...
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